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Fred Boyce 
Editor 




Nellie Rae Pridgen 
Business Manager 



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1952 







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Atlantic Cfjrtettan College 



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Published Annually By The Student Body 
Printed by Edwards and Broughton Co., Raleigh, N. C. 



Cijou g>peafeest Wi&t Cljan Cijou &rt Wart of 

— Shakespeare's "As You Like It," Act II 




1 1 is for her understanding of human nature, her interest in the indi- 
vidual student and his problems, her undying spirit of progress on our 
campus, her counsels on student problems when the hour seemed darkest: 
for the many times she has tried to orientate us on manners, citizenship 
and neatness; and for her interest in the welfare of the community that 
we dedicate this — the 1952 Pine Knot — to Miss Sarah Bain Ward. 



g>2mops;ts; of tfje ®rama 



iviCI 1 ♦ gbrntntsftration 7 

Jfacultp 12 

JviCt 11 ♦ Classes 

Acetic 1: Jfresftmen 19 

£S>cene 2: ^opfjomorcs 23 

g>cene 3: Rumors 27 

ikene 4: Mentors 32 



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gcttbtttes 45 



get IV : 



sports 69 



get V: 



Jf inale : 



Jfeatures 80 



gbbertisements 85 



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Jforetoorb 



Fifty years ago Atlantic Christian College was founded. Its half-century 
of history has seen many changes. There have been world-conflicts; 
there have been times of depression ; there have been peaceful, good 
times. These years have left memorable imprints upon our Alma Mater. 
Through her corridors have passed, truly, great men — leaders of yester- 
day, today, and tomorrow — men of high ideals striving for the better- 
ment of our civilization. 

It is in recognition of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Atlantic Christian 
College that we publish the 1952 Pine Knot. We have recorded here a 
bit of the drama in the making. That is why we have chosen as our 
theme ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. 




Here 3t ifegan Jf tftp Hears; &go . . . 



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Every show must have a producer, director and other technicians. 
These are ours. Without them our drama could not be produced. 



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ptoarb of trustees 



Term Expiring 1952 

H. Gait Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapahoe, N. C. 

Dr. C. S. Eagles Saratoga, N. C. 

T. J. Hackney, Sr Wilson, N. C. 

H. Glenn Haney Greenville, N. C. 

Curtis W. Howard . , Kinston, N. C. 

G. F. Loftin Kinston, N. C. 

J. E. Paschall Wilson, N. C. 

John Proctor Greenville, N. C. 

S. L. Roberson Robersonville, N. C. 



Alumni Trustees 

James E. Fulghum Wilson, N. C. 

John Winfield Raleigh, N. C. 

H. F. Bell, Jr Wilson, N. C. 



Term Expiring 1953 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, N. C. 

Lawrence Moye Maury, N. C. 

Eli Perry Kinston, N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck Washington, N. C. 

Charles Rouse Raleigh, N. C. 

A. D. Shackleford Wilson, N. C. 

J. W. Sosebee Columbia, S. C. 

L. A. Tart Dunn, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell, N. C. 

J. C. Warren Newton Grove, N. C. 



Term Expiring 1954 

A. W. Ange Winterville, N. C. 

John W. Cowell Bayboro, N. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Salem. N. C. 

C. 0. McAfee, Jr Macon, Georgia 

W. L. Parker Greensboro, N. C. 

Elbert Peele Williamston, N. C. 

W. R. Roberson, Jr Washington, N. C. 

T. Bodie Ward Wilson. N. C. 

T. Brown Williams Dunn. N. C. 



gtommtgtration 




Dr. D. Ray Lindley 
President 



As I observe you going about the campus, happy, eager, joyful, I see more than stu- 
dents at their books. I see the close of one era, and the beginning of a new. I see you 
breathing in the rich traditions of Atlantic Christian College's half century of service. I 
see you breathing out new values and ideals which are uniquely your own and which 
shall enrich the traditions of the next half century. 

I see you marching out into the future, stalwart, strong, and courageous — successful 
businessmen, noble teachers, consecrated religious leaders, skilled musicians, upright 
citizens, but above all living personalities who are the dynamic embodiment of a school's 
faith. 



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&bmim$tratton 




Arthur D. Wenger 

Assistant to the 

President 



Perry Case 

Acting Academic 

Dean and Registrar 



Sarah Bain Wabd 
Dean of Students 




Office Staff 

Becky Collins, Secretary to the Assistant to the President and Business Manager: Milton Adams. 
Business Manager: Beth Joyner. Assistant Registrar and Secretary to the Registrar: Perry Case. 
Registrar and Acting Academic Dean: Bill Owens. Secretary to the President: and Mildred Ross. 
Bookkeeper. 

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Beprtmettt i>eabs; 




Dr. Mildred E. Hartsock 
English 

Dr. C. H. Hamlin 
Social Studies 

Mr. R. W. Harris 
Commerce 



Mr. Perry Case 
Education and Fine Arts 

Dr. Esther Long 
Language 

Mr. Jack McComas 
Mens Physical Education 

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Dr. Laurence Smith 
Religion 

Mr. N. C. Carr 
Science 

Miss Rerecca Tomlinson 
Women's Physical Education 



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Cecil A. Jarman, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Psychology 

Virginia House, A.B. 
Instructor in Elementary Education 

Perry Case, A.B., B.D.. M.A. 
Professor oj Education 



Doris C. Holsworth, A.B., M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

Dorothy D. Eagles, A.B. 
Instructor in English 

Mildred E. Hartsock, A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of English 



Laurence C. Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Social Studies 

C. H. Hamlin, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Social Studies 




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Jf acuity 




Milton Adams, A.B. 
Athletic Director 

Rebecca Tomlinson, A.B., M.A. 
Director of Women's Physical Education 

Jack McComas, A.B. 

Head Coach and Director of Men's 

Physical Education 



Jan T. Boles, B.S. 
Instructor of Commerce 

Winfred R. Harris, B.C.S., B.S., M.A. 
Professor of Commerce 



Cecil A. Jarman, A.B., M.A.. B.D., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Religion 

Arthur D. Wenger, A.B.. B.D. 
Instructor in Religion 

Laurence C. Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Dean of Religion 

D. Ray Lindley, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Religion 

Thomas P. Inabinett, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Religion 



Noel C. Carr, A.B., M.A. 
Professor of Science 

Donna M. Horton, A.B. 
Instructor of Chemistry 

Jesse P. Tyndall, A.B., M.A. 
Associate Professor of Science 



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Lee Howard, A.B.. M.A. 
Band Instructor 



Russell Arnold, A.B., M.A., C.A. 
Instructor of Fine Arts 



John Dunn, A.B.. M.A. 
Instructor of Mathematics 



C. Lynn Brown, B.M.. M.M.E. 

Instructor of Voice and Piano 



Perry Case, A.B., B.D., M.A. 

Professor of Fine Arts 



Ola I. Fleming, A.B., M.A. 
Librarian 



Edna L. Boykin, A.B. 
Instructor of Modern Languages 

Esther L. Long, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Modern Languages 



Albert R. Hoffman 

Building and Grounds 

Superintendent 

Mrs. Albert R. Hoffman 
Dietitian 



Mary Wilson 
Nurse 





So real is the making of a great drama on our campus! Each man lives 
his own part to his capacity. All the scenes knit closely together — the 
mealtime discussions, the social functions after six o'clock, light bell for 
the girls at eleven o'clock, chapel attendance — all the little things that 
happen in our daily living go into making this drama worthwhile. 



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Jay Clark 

President 



^>tubent 

Cooperative 
gssoctatton 



Since 1936, the government of the college has been 
committed to the Co-operative Association, which han- 
dles all major student affairs. This association is com- 
posed of eleven students and five faculty members, who 
work together in supervising the finances, entertain- 
ments, social life, intramurals, and other maters per- 
taining to the general welfare of the student body. 



Jay Clark President 

Herbert Ross Vice-President 

Opal Roberson Secretary 

Geraldine Corbett Treasurer 

Marie Harper President of Women's 

Dormitory Council 

Lee Potter President of Mens 

Dormitory Council 



Harry Zrakas ...Town Students' 

Representative 

Marshall Long President of 

Senior Class 

Andrew Holiday President of 

Junior Class 

Raymond Tissot.... President of 

Sophomore Class 

Ronald Sherron President of 

Freshmen Class 



Faculty Representatives: Sarah Bain Ward, Perry Case, J. P. Tyndall, Laurence Smith, 
and C. H. Hamlin. 




Board in Session 



g>tubent 

Cfjrtettan 

gtoctatton 

The S. C. A. cabinet is the executive committee of 
the Student Christian Association. It is dedicated to 
promote a sense of brotherhood and to further the 
growth of religious welfare among all students at 
Atlantic Christian College. 




Morgan McKinney 
President 



Morgan McKinney President 

Lucille Windley Secretary 

Barbara Hutchins Treasurer 

Emily Holton Church Co-ordinator 

Jack Hamilton "Y" Store Manager 



June Holton Chairman of Worship 

Worden Allen Chairman of Religious 

Emphasis Week 

May Wilson.. Chairman of Drives 

Jean Connor Chairman of Recreation 



Dr. Laurence Smith Faculty Adviser 




Clas&es 



"All the world's a stage, 

And all the men and women merely 

players. 

They have their exits and their entrances . . ." 

— William Shakespeare 
"As You Like It." Act II 



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Jfressfjmett 

"Itye Apprentice — f9et ^oo #reen for a Eole in 

®f)i£ (great Brama!" 




Ronald Sherron 
President 

James Peebles 
Vice-President 

Pat James 
Secretary 

Faye Dail 
Treasurer 



Berger, Michel Robert; Besancon, France 

Bernier. Benjamin Erasmo; Ponce, Puerto 
Rico 

Blackmon, Mildred Louise; Whitakers 

Burress, John H. ; Saratoga 



Camden, William 0., Jr.; Wilson 
Coe, Helen Ladora; Dobson 
Crocker, Hilda; Pine Level 

Crouch, Paul Henderson; Ellenton, S. C. 

Dail, Elizabeth Faye; LaGrange 
Darden, Dorothy Jean ; Fremont 

Daughtridge. William M. Ill; Rocky Mount 
Davis, Connie Beryl; Wilson 




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Jf reafjmen 



Davis. George W.: Fremont 

Eatman. Thomas Delano: Wilson 
Edmundson. Edna Earle: Pikeville 
Etheridge. John David: Oak City 



Gardner. William G. : Wilson 
Gill, Alpha Suzanne: Wilson 

Hehbe. James Martin: Shelbyville. Ind. 
Henderson. William Blount: Wilson 



High, Betty Jean: Wilson 

Hinnant. Ralph Harold: Kenly 
Hooper, Agnes Jean: Greensboro 
Horton, James F. : Wilson 



Howard. Billy: Richlands 

Howard, John Clark: Woodville 
Howes. Franklin D. : Selma 

James. Rebecca Jeanne: Goldsboro 



Johnson. Edwin Morris: Raleigh 
Jones. Joseph Howell: New Bern 

Jove, James Edwin: St. Stephen, S. C. 
Jovner. Annie M. : Wilson 



Kennedy, Kenneth Carol: Goldsboro 
Kirby, Clay Lawton: Portsmouth. Va. 
Knight. Elizabeth: Newark. New Jersev 
Langley, Vessie Janie: Nashville 



Layne. William Edgar: Richmond. Va. 
Lazzo. Eugenia Mike: Wilson 
Lee, Carol Ann: Greensboro 
Lewis, Jerry Raeford. Dunn 



McLamb. Alice Lucille: Clinton 
Marshall. Suzie Ann: Engelhard 
Martin. Peggy Lillian: Greenville 
Moore. JoAnn: Greensboro 



Nichols. Peggy Rose: Greenville 

Oglesby. Syble Marie: Morehead City 
O'Neal. Delano: Middlesex 
O'Neal. Eleanor: Middlesex 



Jfresfjmen 



Owens, Kirby Clifton; Wilson 
Peebles, James Tucker; 

Pittman, Lena Marie; Elm City 

Pridgen. Samuel Walter; Elm City 



Raleigh 



Pritchard, Thomas Marion; Kinston 
Rabil, Lillian Therese; Wilson 
Renfrow, Lillian Edith; Kenly 

Shackleford, Donald Paul; Fremont 



Sherron, Ronald Homer; Fuquay 

Smith, Thomas Calvin ; Seven Springs 
Smith, Wilbur E.. Jr.; Elm City 

Snakenburg. Mary Ann; Wilmington 



Stephenson, Pauline Dail; Willow Springs 
Tart, Robert A. ; Dunn 

Tarver, Suzanne "Rusty"; Charlotte 
Thomas, Lois Ann; Elm City 



Thompson, D. Fitzhugh; Smithfield 
Vann, Walter Hyman; Rocky Mount 
Vick, Lloyd Edgar; Stantonsburg 
Ward, Mavis Jean; New Bern 





EaJto {ft-, 



Willoughby, John Alvah; Dunn 
Woodard. Charles Jackson; Wilson 




Jfresfjmen JJot $ictureb 



Alexander, Albert W. ; Plymouth 
Cone, Harold Gray; Middlesex 
Connor, Perry Lynette; Wilson 
Crawford, Frances Carolyn; Greenville 
Crisp. Marjorie Young; Wilson 
Ervin, Oscar B. ; Richlands 
Herring, John Roger; Dudley 
Jones. Jackie Holland; Selma 



Jordan. George Shelton; Mt. Olive 
Poe, Emma; Wilson 
Quick. Stoney; Wilson 
Shiffner, Ray; Philadelphia. Pa. 
Williams, James Perdie; Newton Grove 
Willis. Cecil Ray; Rocky Mount 
Wilson, Guy; Ayden 
Waters. John Leland: Dudley 




Commercials; 



Amerson, Jean Marie: Wilson 
Barham. Bertie Marie; Wendell 
Best, Dolores Ann: Mt. Olive 
Best, Geneva Waller: Mt. Olive 



Boswell, Martha Daphne: Lucama 
Brooks, Dorothy Sue: Wilson 

Calhoun, Billy Daniel: Rocky Mount 
Cannon, Marlene Marie: Farmville 



Capps, Lela Elaine: Mt. Olive 

Connor, Barbara Jean: Goldsboro 
Crawford, Peggy Dolethia: Fremont 
Crumpler, Lynette Cooper: Clinton 



Eastwood, Adell; Walstonburg 
Garriss, Margaret Duke: Wilson 
Ham, Robert L. ; Snow Hill 
Harrison, William Rav: Sims 



High. Barbara Joanne; Bailey 
Howell, Jewel Maxine: Pikeville 
James, Patti Sue: Rocky Mount 
Jernigan. Edith Jean: Mt. Olive 



Johnson, Annie Grey; Benson 
Jones, Jimmy: Bailey 

Lamm. Alice Kathryn: Wilson 
Lamm, Mary Audrey: Wilson 



Landis, Janet: Wilson 

Lewis, Jean Barden: Fremont 

Lewis. Margaret Ann: Beaufort 

Massengill. Betty Jean: Four Oaks 



Maxwell, Joyce: Albertson 
McPhail. Edna: Clinton 

Robbins. Ruby Lee: Elm City 
Skinner. John Sauls: Dover 



Smith. Carol Ann: Kernersville 
Thompson. Josephine: Middlesex 



"bribing for a Greater &ole in 

Eljis Brama — College life" 




Ray Tissot, President; Felix Labaki, Vice-President; Lucille Windley, Secretary; 
and Cora Myers, Treasurer. 



Lucille Windley 
Felix Labaki 




H>opf)omoreg 




First row: Nancy Allen, Greenville; Rachel Pines Anderson, Goklsboro; Eula Jean Bass, Lucama; Frederick 
Von Bobbin, Zebulon; Frederick Eugene Braswell, Micro. 

Second row: William Glenn Brigman, Columbia, S. C.; Elizabeth Britt, LaGrange; Marie Britt. Clinton; 
Louise Browning, Tarboro; Robert William Bynum, Stantonsburg. 

Third row: Janie Creel, Seven Springs; Aileen Whitehead Davis, Elm City; William Henry Draughn. Wilson; 
Gilbert Douglas Ferrell, Wilson; Robert Carl Frazier, Henderson. 

Fourth row: Bobby French, Wilson; Margaret Lee Gay, Wilson; Thomas Godwin. Goklsboro; Jack Hamilton, 
Winder, Georgia; Walter Laverne Hood. Bonneau, S. C. 

Fifth row: Robert Hope. Clinton; Lebert Howes. Selma; Barbara Hutchins, Winston-Salem: Audrey Rudolph 
Jackson, Black Creek; Elmer Randolph Joyner, Rocky Mount. 



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g>opf)omore£ 




First row: Felix Labaki, Wilson; Adrian Lamm, Spring Hope; Robert Donald Kennedy, Goldsboro; Martha 
Jewel King, Newton Grove; Nan Mattox, Wendell. 

Second row: Joyce Elaine Mercer, Wilson; Wayman Leonard Montague, Goldsboro; Lois Anne Moure, Ayden: 
Georgia Lee Morris, Kenly; Christine Murray, Lucama. 

Third row: Irene Murray. Lucama; Cora Elizabeth Myers, Pantego; Elwood Anderson Narron. Lucama: 
Dennis Nichols, Sims; Gloria June Norris, Sanford. 

Fourth row: Patrick O'Neal, Middlesex; Grace Evelyn Parker. Four Oaks; Aaron Roger Philyaw, Trenton; 
William Robert Pierce, Kenly; ^Mickey Gwen Raynor. Wilson. 

Fifth row: Ruth Sanderson. Beulaville: William Henry Sauls, Goldsboro; Peggy Shackelford, Fremont; 
William Calvin Slavin, Wilson; Dorothy Louise Smith, Walstonburg. 



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^opfjomores; 




First row: William Henry Smith. Fremont: Ann Spivey, Wilson; Maxine Stanley. Smithfield; Sarali Lucille 
Tart. Four Oaks: Raymond Tissot, Brooklyn, New York. 

Second row: Louis A. Todd, Wendell: June Ellen Tomlinson, Grifton; Patricia Trusselle. Nashville: Doris 
Tyndall. Kinston; Mary Helen Watson, Kinston. 

Third row: Ann Adair Webb. Wilson: Robert Webb. Wilson: Jean Carroll Westbrook. Kinston: Joyce Wilker- 
son, Wilson; Lucille Windley, Pantego. 

Fourth row: Joseph G. Woodworth. Ervvin; Jesse G. Yates. Wilson; Pernecy Yelverton. Fremont: Harry 
Thomas Zrakas, Wilson. 



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Juniors 




Jflarsijalg 



Geraldine Corbett 

Roger Holloman 
(Not pictured ) 



$lace among tfje ^>targ" 




Andrew Holliday, President; Mary Lois Griffin, Vice-President; Joan Thorne, 
Secretary; and Bobby Guy, Treasurer. 



Junior Si 




First row: Wilbur A. Ballenger, Columbia, S. C. : T. J. Barrett. Skippers. Virginia: Jeurlene Bartholo- 
mew, Henderson: Harriet Beckett. Wilmington: and J. T. Boone. Black Creek. 



Second row: Benjamin Gray Boyette. Princeton: Geraldine Corbett. Zebulon: Alice Daniels. Fremont: 
Joseph Elton Dennis. Durham : and Polly Ann Dickens. Wilson. 



Third row: William James Eason. Tarboro: David Ray Finch. Bailey: Mary Ann Fussell, Rose Hill: 
Mary Lois Griffin. Elm Citv: and Bobby Lee Guv. Raleigh. 



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First row: Lester Franklin Herring, Snow Hill; Welton Ray High, Sims; Andrew J. Holliday. James- 
ville; June Corbin Holton, Wilmington; and William Meekins Hooper, Stumpy Point. 

Second row: Jackson Reid Ingraham. Dunn; Retsy Daniels Jackson. Wilson: Mary Conrad Jordan. 
Whaleyville, Virginia; William S. Knight. Newark, New Jersey; and Venus Lamm, Spring Hope. 

Third row: Edward R. Lane. Hertford; Frances Langston, Newton Grove; Allie Laurene Lee, Arapa- 
hoe; Thomas J. Lewis, Fayetteville; and Ruth Lockamy, Dunn. 



Junior* 




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First row: Joyce Mallard, Trenton: Warren Mallard. Trenton; Jacquelyn Mallison, Wilson; Donald 
Jerome Marcus. Wilson: and Elva Massey, Elizabeth City. 

Second row: Betsy Elaine Miller, Wilson; James P. Morris, Vanceboro; Franklin Narron, Middlesex; 
Nellie Rae Pridgen. Wilson; and Jessie Pugh Quinerly, Grifton. 

Third row: Oliver Grey Rand, Wilson; Joe -Edward Royal. Clinton: Craven Sumerell. Dover; Alex 
W. Taylor. Stantonsburg: and Linda Ann Taylor. Bethel. 



5umor£ 




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Junior* 




First row: William E. Tucker, Grimesland; Durward Tyson, Greenville; Altha Jean Warren, Newton 
Grove; Martha Webster, Pinetown; and Amos Ward Westbrook, Newton Grove. 



Second row: Alvah P. Whealton, Black Creek; Thelma White, Belvidere; Martha Josephine William- 
son, Wilson; May Wilson, Wilsons Mills; Constance Womble, Wilson; and Bobby Wooten, Wilson. 



3Tumor£ Mot $tctureb 



Betty Cheek, Wilson; Gene Joseph Elzas, Mt. Olive; Dorothy Allen Fagan, Rocky Mount; Roger Hol- 
loman, Stantonsburg; David Gaster Smith, Wilson; John Robert Rowland, Louisburg; Carlton 
Smith, Dudley; and Charles Winstead, Wilson. 



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Seniors! 




Marshall Long, President: Marjorie Jennette, Vice-President; Ann Etheridge. Secre- 
tary; Robert Brinkley, Treasurer. 



JfflarsJjate 

Ethel Draper, Chief 

Virginia Hauser 

J. 0. Jernigan 




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Mentors 



Elizabeth Adams 
Henderson 
Transfer Meredith; Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 
Chaplain 3, President 3; Stage and Script 2. 3; 
Christian Service Cluh 2; Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil 3, Secretary 3; Glee Club 2; Science Club 
3; Pine Knot Staff 2; Concert Committee 3. 
Elementary Education 

RUMLEY WORDEN ALLEN 

Pantego 
Transfer East Carolina College 1; Christian 
Service Club 2, 3; Men's Dormitory Council 
2; Intramurals 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 4; Phi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity 3. 4. President 4; Chairman 
of Religious Emphasis Week 4; S. C. A. 4. 

Religion 

Carolyn Yelverton Ballance 

Fremont 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 

Reporter 3, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; 

F. T. A. 4; Science Club 4. 

Elementary Education 

William R. Beamon 
Wilson 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. 
English 

Elizabeth Bissette 
Bailey 
Golden Knot Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 
4; Stage and Script 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: 
Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4. Historian 3, 
Vice-President 4; Editor of Collegiate 3; 
Christian Service Club 2: Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil 4, Vice-President 4; Senior Superlative. 
Mathematics and English 

Virginia Caressa Bobbitt 

Zebulon 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 

Vice-President 4: Science Club 3; Women's 

Dormitory Council 3; Senior Superlative. 

Elementary Education 

William A. (Fred) Boyce 

Washington 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2, 3. 4. Secretary 

2. Historian 3, Vice-President 4; Sigma Pi 
Alpha Language Fraternity, Alpha Gamma 
Chapter 2. 3, 4; Stage and Script 1. 2, 3. 4, 
Vice-President 2, Keeper-of-the-Scrapbook 3; 
Glee Club 1. 2: Men's Shorus 2; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council 3. Reporter 3; Vice-President 
Freshman Class; President Sophomore Class; 
President Junior Class; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 2. 3. 4; Marshal 3; Pine Knot Staff 

3, 4, Art Editor 3. Editor 4; Collegiate Staff 
1, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3; Christian Serv- 
ice Club 2; World Federalists 1; May Court 
3; Senior Superlative; Who's Who Among 
Students In American Universities and Col- 
leges. English and Spanish 

Wilson S. Bradshaw 
Wilson 
Science 




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Oscar Wyatt Brannon 

Selma 

Mathematics 

Robert Llovd Brinkley 
Wilson 
Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 2. 3. 4. Reporter 
2, Corresponding Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, 
President 4: Pan-Hellenic Council 4: Treas- 
urer Senior Class; Senior Superlative. 
Social Science 

Catherine Brown 
Dunn 

Sigma Tau Chi Sororitv 2. 3. 4: Stage and 
Script 1. 2, 3: Science Club 2. 3. 4. Publicity 
Chairman 3. Vice-President 4: Women's 
Dormitory Council 3; W. A. A. Cabinet 4: 
F. T. A. 4. 

Science 

Margaret Manning Brown 

Jamesville 
Delta Sigma Sorority 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 
Chaplain 3. President 4; Secretary Junior 
Class: May Day Chairman 4: Christian Serv- 
ice Club 2; Women's Dormitory Council 3. 
Treasurer 3; Senior Superlative. 
Elementary Education 



Earl Marshall Butler 
Tarboro 
Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2. 3, 4. 
Social Studies 

Thomas A. Callahan 

Chelsea, Massachusetts 
Football 1. 2, 3. Most Valuable Player Award 
3; Baseball 1. 2, 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 

1. 2: "A" Club 1, 2. 4. President 4: Secretary- 
Sophomore Class: Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

2. 3. 4. Reporter 3: Senior Superlative. 

Science 

James J. Clark 

Wilson 

Sigma Alpha 2. 3. 4; Football 3. Captain 3: 

Baseball 3. 4. Captain 3: All North State 

Conference Baseball Team 3: Basketball 1. 2, 

3. 4. Captain 4: May Court 3: May King 4; 
"A" Club 3. 4; Men's Dormitory Council 4: 
S.C.A. 4; President Student Body 4; Senior 
Superlative: Who's IT ho Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. 

Social Studies 

Mildred Creech 
Kenly 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2. 3. Secretary 3: 
Christian Service Club 1: Collegiate Staff 3: 
Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fraternity. Alpha 
Gamma Chapter 2. 3. President 3: Science 
Club 1. 2. 3: F.T.A. 3: Stage and Script 3. 
Elementary Education 



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Ethel Trew Draper (Mrs.) 
Kenly 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 3. 4, President 4; 
Science Club 1, 2; Sigma Pi Alpha Language 
Fraternity, Alpha Gamma Chapter 3, 4; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4; Collegiate Staff 4; Chief 
Marshal 4. Elementary Education 

Nathan Douclas Driver 
Wilson 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2. 3. 4, Chaplain 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4. Social Science 

James P. Early 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Transfer William and Mary— V. P. I., Norfolk 

Division; Sigma Alpha 3, 4, Secretary 4; 

Science Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. 

Science 

Guy Thomas Elliott 
Kinston 
Transfer U. N. C; Phi Delta Gamma Frater- 
nity 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Reporter 4; Band 

2, 3, 4, President 2; Representative to Inter- 
national Convention of Disciples of Christ 2; 
Christian Service Club 2, 3; Pan-Hellenic 
Council 3; Collegiate Staff 2, 3, 4, Religious 
Editor 4; Vice-President Junior Class; Chapel 
Committee 4; Christian Youth Fellowship 3; 
Chairman Worship Committee 2. 

Religion 

Rebecca Anne Etheridce 
Whitakers 
Transfer Greensboro College 3; Sigma Tau 
Chi Sorority 3, 4, President 4; Secretary 
Senior Class; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Wom- 
en's Dormitory Council 4. 

Primary Education 

Marie Harper 

Deep Run 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; 

Stage and Script 1, 2; Lenoir County Club 

1; F.T.A. 3, 4; Women's Dormitory Council 

3, 4, Representative 3, President 4; Executive 
Board 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; Senior Superlative. 

Elementary Education 

Joyce Ann Harrell 
Wilson 
Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, Secretary 3. 
Reporter 3; Christian Service Club 1; Glee 
Club 1. 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; 
Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fraternity, Alpha 
Gamma Chapter 1. 2, 3, Corresponding Sec- 
retary 2; Bulldog Booster Club 2; Cheerleader 
1, 2, Chief 2; Band Majorette 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 
3; Women's Official Association 3; Home- 
coming Queen's Court 2. 3; Collegiate Staff 
1, 2; F.T.A. 3; May Court 3; Ping Pong 
Doubles Champion 3. 

Elementary Education 

Thurman Stanley Harwood 
Whiteville 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity. 

Social Studies 




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emor* 




James Haskins 

Bailey 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 

4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

Social Studies 

Virginia Hauser 
Pfafftown 
Transfer Mitchell College; Stage and Script 
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Marshal 2, 3, 
4; Senior Superlative; Who's Who Among 
Students In American Universities and Col- 
leges. 

English and History 



Horace Hich 
Bailey 

Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity; Stage and 
Script. 

Social Studies 

Jo Anne Hich 
Wilson 
Band 1, 2. 3, Secretary 3; Glee Club 1. 2, 3; 
Science Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Chris- 
tian Service Club 1, 2. 

Elementary Education 



Sylvia Jacqueline High 
Wilson 
Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; 
Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fraternity. Alpha 
Gamma Chapter 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; 
Marshal 2. 

Elementary Education 

Emily Holland Holton (Mrs. I 
Dunn 
Christian Service Club 1, 2. Secretary 1 ; Col- 
legiate Staff 1 ; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4, 
Chaplain 2; Women's Dormitory Council 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Golden Knot Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Stage and 
Script 4. 

Elementary Education 



Gordon Reese Howell 
Kinston 
Science Club, President 4. 
Science 

James Charles Hi ssey 

Wilson 
Football 3; Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
2, 3, 4; Business Manager Collegiate 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Dormitory Council 
1, 2; Concert Committee 3; May Court 4. 

Science 



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eniorsi 



NOBMAN R. INCRAHAM 

Dunn 
Mathematics 

Carroll Jackson 

Newton Grove 

Science 



Sam Jenkins 

Walstonburg 
Transfer U.N.C. 2; Phi Delta Gamma Frater- 
nity 2, 3, 4, House President 3; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. 
Social Studies 

Marjorie Jennette 
Micro 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2, 
Vice-President 3, Historian 4; Pan-Hellenic 
Council 3; May Day Chairman 3; May Court 
4; W.A.A. 3, 4, President 4; Pine Knot Staff 
3, 4, Associate Editor 4; Collegiate Staff 3, 4; 
Concert Committee 4; Vice-President Senior 
Class; Golden Knot Honor Society 3, 4; 
Bulldog Booster Club 3; F.T.A. 2, Reporter 
2; Representative to Student Legislature 3, 4; 
Stage and Script 3; Senior Superlative. 
English 



J. 0. Jernigan 

Spring Hope 

Elementary Education. 



Walter R. Johnson 
Robersonville 



Audrey Jones 
Snow Hill 
Christian Service Club 1 ; Women's Dormitory 
Council 1, 3; S.CA. Cabinet 2, Secretary 2, 
Chairman of Worship 3; Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4 
Chapel Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 4 
Waters Religious Cup Winner 3; F.T.A. 4. 
Who's Who Among Students In American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

Primary Education 

Worley Keene 

Four Oaks 

Science 




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enters; 




Preston Marshall Long 
Wilson 
Transfer State College; Town Representative 
on Executive Board 3; President Senior Class: 
May Court 4; President North Carolina 
F.T.A.; F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Executive 
Board 4; Intramurals 3, 4, Captain Town 
Team 3; Senior Superlative; Who's Who 
Among Students In American Universities 
and Colleges. 

Elementary Education 



William Donald Mallard 
Rose Hill 

Mathematics 



Charles Mewborn 
Goldsboro 
Religion 

Patricia Mewborn (Mrs.) 

Taylorsville, Illinois 

Science 



Raymond Weldon Mires 
Rocky Mount 

C Goodwin Moore 

Ayden 

Transfer E.C.C 3; Christian Service Club 3. 

4. President 4; Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 4, 

Chaplain 4; Senior Superlative. 

Religion and English 



Paul R. McCrary 

Lexington 

Science 

Morgan C. McKinney 
Englehard 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1. 2. 3: Ministerial 
Association 1; S.C.A. 1. 2, 3. 4. "Y" Store 
Manager 1, 2, Chairman Religious Emphasis 
Week 3, President 4; Christian Service Club 
1, 2, 3, Secretary 2. President 3; Phi Delta 
Gamma Fraternity 2. 3, 4, Chaplain 3: Men's 
Chorus 2. 3; World Federalists 2; Pine Knot 
Staff 3; Religious Affairs Committee 2; Chris- 
tian Service Workshop 4: Senior Superlative. 
Religion 



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entorg 



William M. Nowell 
Wendell 
Science 

Mary Williford Owens (Mrs.) 

Saratoga 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 

Elimentary Education 



William Larry Parler 
Russellville, S. C. 
Treasurer Freshman Class; Murray Hall 
Dormitory Council 1; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; 
Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2, 3; Stage and 
Script 2; Bulldog Booster Cluh 2; Collegiate 
Staff 2, Business Manager 2; May Court 2; 
New Year's King and Queen Court 2; Men's 
Dormitory Council 3; Men's Chorus 1; Male 
Sextet 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3. 
Social Studies 

Robert 0. Paschall 

Wilson 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, Chaplain 

3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2. 3; Glee 

Club 3. 

Mathematics 



Donald Bailey Perry 
Wilson 
Transfer U.N.C. 1 ; Phi Delta Gamma Frater- 
nity 2, 3, 4, Secretary, President; Science 
Club 2, 3. 

Social Science 

Ana Dorcas Piniero 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 
Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3, Secretary 3; Chris- 
tian Service Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Science Club 2, 3; Stage and Script 3; Sigma 
Pi Alpha Language Fraternity, Alpha Gamma 
Chapter 2, 3; May Queen 3; Senior Super - 



English 



Leslie Leroy Pittman 
Pine Level 
Transfer Wake Forest College; "A" Club 3, 4; 
Science Club 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4, Captain Caldwell Hall 3, 
Captain Phi Kappa Alpha 4; Phi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity 3, 4; Officials Association 4. 
Social Science 

Albert Lee Potter 
Kinston 
Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 2, President 3; Murray Hall Council 1; 
Men's Dormitory Council 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Stage and Script 1; May Court 4. 
Social Studies 




kJ& 



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>emor£ 




Theola Register 
Clinton 
Delia Sigma Sorority 2. 3. 4. Chaplain 3. 
Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: Christian Service 
Club 1. 2. 3; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 
4: Ping Pong Singles Champion 3: May Court 
4; Senior Superlative. 

Elementary Education 

Alfred W. Richardson 
Selma 
Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 2. 3. 4. Cor- 
responding Secretary 3. President 4; Science 
Club 4; Collegiate Staff 2. 

Social Science 

William Herbert Ross 
New Bern 
Football 1. 2: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2. 3. 4: % ice-President 
3. President 4: President Sophomore Class; 
Student Chairman High School Day 3: Town 
Representative to Executive Board : A ice- 
President Student Body 4: Secretary -Treasurer 
Golden Knot Honor Society 4: Senior Super- 
lative: May Court 4: Pan-Hellenic Council: 
"A" Club: Who's Who Among Students In 
American I ni versifies and Colleges. 
Mathematics 

Opal Faye Roberson 
^ ashington 
Delta Sigma Sorority 2. 3. 4. Secretary 2, 
\. ice-President 3: Stage and Script 2: Sigma 
Pi Alpha Language Fraternity. National Sec- 
retary 3. Alpha Gamma Chapter 2. 3. 4. Presi- 
dent 3: S.C.A. Cabinet Treasurer 3: Golden 
Knot Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Women's Dormi- 
tory Council 3: Pan-Hellenic Council 3: May 
Court 3. 4: Secretary Co-operative Association 
4; Senior Superlative: Who's Who Among 
Students In American I niiersities and Col- 
leges. 

Spanish and English 

Manley Ray Sanderson 
Rose Hill 
Transfer L.N.C. : Phi Delta Gamma Frater- 
nity 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. Vice-President 4: 
Science Club 2. 3. 4: Pan-Hellenic Council 4: 
Senior Superlative. 

Science 

Harris Spell 
Wilson 
Science 

David Calvin Stokes 

Winterville 

Transfer State College 3: Phi Kappa Alpha 

Fraternitv 3. 4: Band 4: Intramurals 3. 4: 

Glee Club 4. 

Social Science 

EicENE Sweat 

Harpersville. Virginia 

Football 1: Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2. 3. 4. 

Vice-President 3. President 4: Pan-Hellenic 

Council 4. 

Mathematics 



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Seniors; 



Marcif. Taylor Lucama 

Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2, 
3; Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fraternity, 
Alpha Gamma Chapter 2, 3; F.T.A. 2. 
Mathematics and Science 



Tom Tharhington 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. 
Social Science 



Tarboro 



Myra Joan Thorne Elm City 

Science Club 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, Recording 
Secretary 3; Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fra- 
ternity, Alpha Gamma Chapter 2, 3; Secretary 
Junior Class; Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 
Secretary 3. 

Elementary Education 

Jean Rose Tucker Chicod 

Transfer Greensboro College 2; Sigma Tau 
Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2, Treas- 
urer 4; Band Majorette 3; New Year's Queen 
3; May Queen Attendant 3, 4; Women's 
Dormitory Council. House President 4; Science 
Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Senior Superlative. 
Primary Education 

Emocene Turner Lucama 

Science Club 1, 2, 3; Sigma Pi Alpha Lan- 
guage Fraternity, Alpha Gamma Chapter 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 2; Delta Sigma Sorority 2. 3. 
English 

Gerald W. Waters Mt. Olive 

Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3, 4, House 
President 4; intramurals 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Science Club 4. Science 

Dorothy Ellen Gregory Goldsboro 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 3, 4, Historian 3; 
May Court 3; Pine Knot Staff 1; Social Com- 
mittee 1, 4; F.T.A. 2. 

Elementary Education 

Willie Clyde Weaver Fremont 

Science 

Christine Virginia Williamson Wilson 

Stage and Script 3; Collegiate Staff 2. 3. 
Editor 3; Golden Knot Honor Society 2, 3; 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, Secretary 2; 
Sigma Pi Alpha Language Fraternity, Alpha 
Gamma Chapter 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; Denny 
Essay Cup Winner 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3. 
Secretary 2; Marshal 3. 

Mathematics and English 





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Untoersittes; 




Opal Roberson 
Washington 



Marshall Long 
Wilson 



Herbert Ross 
New Bern 



Audrey Jones 

Snow Hill 



H>tubentsi in American 
anb Colleges 




Virginia Hauser 
Pfafftown 

James "Jay" Clark 
Wilson 



William "Fred" Boyce 
Washington 




MOST POPULAR.. 




MOST TALENTED 

Jfzu6t 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 






BEST LOOXJMG 



MOST LIKELY TO 5UCCEED 



BEST ALL ROUND 



MdiaiZU' M^^^iuu- 




MOgT DEPENDABLE 






WITTIEST 





BEST DRESSED 



Mafy<ytie< 



MOST ATHLETIC 



gcttotttesi 



'Out of the strain of doing, 
Into the peace of done." 
Julia Woodruff. 



&ct HI 




Spirit ^not 

Fred Boyce Editor 

Marjorie Jennette Associate Editor 

JoAnn Moore Art Editor 

Jerry Lewis Sports Editor 




Staff: seated: June Holton. Therese Rabil. Lois Moore. Fred Boyce. Jean Connor. Marjorie 
Jennette. JoAnn Moore, Martha Webster, Joyce Harrell. and Nellie Rae Pridgen. Standing: 
Dr. Mildred Hartsock. adviser: Robert Ham. Rusty Tarver. Clay Kirby. Joe Dennis. Felix 
Labaki. and Maxine Stanley. 



Nellie Rae Pridgen Business Manager 

Felix Labaki Associate Business Manager 




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Collegiate 



Christine Williamson 
Editor 

Charles Hussey 
Business Manager 





Cora Myers Associate Editor 

Bob Guy Sports Editor 

Jerry Lewis Assistant Sports Editor 

Marjorie Jennette Girl's Sports Editor 

Virginia Hauser, Mary Ann Oliver 

Feature Editors 



Guy Elliott Religious Editor 

Mary Helen Watson Assistant Business 

Manager 

Roger Holloman Circulation Manager 

Ethel Draper Typist 



Reporters 

Lois Moore, Peggy Gay, Gloria Norris. Felix lenger. Geraldine Corbett. Emily Holton. 
labaki. James Joye. Clay Kirby. Robert Ham. Mildred Creech, and Fred Boyce. 
Carol Ann Lee, Jean Hooper, Wilbur Bal- 



'tience Club 




Membership in this organization is reserved for those who are especially interested 
in science. It offers an opportunity for the expression of special scientific activities. 
Campus beautification is the Science Club's project theme. 

Officers 
Reece Howell President 

Catherine Brown Vice-President 

Joyce Harrell Secretary 

Raymond Mires Treasurer 

Geraldine Corbett Keeper of the Scrapbook 

Members: J. P. Tynrlall. N. C. Carr. John Dunn. Donna Horton. Nellie Rae Pridgen. Reece Howell. 
Raymond Mires. Joyce Harrell. Geraldine Corbett. Mildred Creech. Jo Anne High. Leroy Pittman. 
Jeurlene Bartholomew. Bob Hope. Ray Tissot. Jean Tucker. Paul McCrary. Venus Lamm. Felix 
Labaki. Christine Williamson, Conrad Jordan. Nancy Allen. Irene Howell. Ed Lane. Dorcas Pineiro. 
Manley Sanderson. Joe Dennis. Virginia Bobbitt. Mary Lois Griffin. Warren Mai'lard. Jacksic 
High. Catherine Brown. Bobby Guy. Martha Webster. Albert Richardson. Lib Adams. Amos 
Westbrook, Joan Thorne. J. P. Morris, and Theola Register. 



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•tagc ant Script 



Stage and Script is designed for the entertainment of the college and community, and the de- 
velopment of artistic expression. Membership is open to all students. 



1951-52 
PRODUCTIONS 

Elizabeth the Queen" 

"Enter the Hero" 
"The Finger of God" 



have brought my men home to London ! "- 
Elizabeth the Queen" 




Preparing for the show! 



Officers 

Virginia Hauser ) n . , 

June HOLTON f" -President 

Glenn Brigman Vice-Presiden t 

Jesse Quinerly Secretary 

Raymond Tissot Treasurer 

JoAnn Moore. Keeper of the Scrapbook 
Mrs. Doris Holsworth 

Adviser and Director 



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iWtxeb Cfjoru* 




First row, left to right: Mr. Lynn Brown, director; Nancy Allen. Lois Moore. Lucille Windley. Mary Helen 
Watson. Ruth Lockamy, Harriet Beckett. Venus Lamm. Sarah Tart. Martha Jewel King. Pauline Stephen- 
son, and Martha Webster. Second row: Faye Dail. Jo Anne High. Peggy Martin. Joyce Harrell. Paul 
Crouch. Harry Zrakas, Peggy Nichols. Rusty Tarver. Lynette Crumpler. Allie Lee. and Janie Langley. 
Third row: Larry Parler. Durward Tyson. Felix Labaki. Wilbur Ballenger. Worden Allen. Bob Paschall. 
Warren Mallard. Morgan McKinney. Billy Howard, and Benjamin Bernier. Not pictured: Oscar Erwin and 
Leonard Mann. 



IBanb 




Left to right: Mr. Lee Howard, director: Jo Anne High. Patti James, clarinets: Felix Labaki. Saxophone: 
Fred Horton. bass: Calvin Stokes, baritone: Harry Zrakas. flute and piccolo: Douglas Driver, trumpet: Billy 
Draughn. percussion: Thomas Eatman. trumpet: Larry Parler. cornet: and Bob Paschall. trumpet. 



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^tutrent Christian lHasoctatton 

All students enrolled in Atlantic Christian College are members of the S. C. A. 
This is the first year, however, that there has been a volunteer group who have as 
their definite purpose to seek the Will of God through worship, study and action 
and to offer service to the campus by the sponsorship of wholesome recreation 
programs, vesper programs, discussion groups and the sponsorship of benevolent 
drives. 



Members: left to right, first row: Barbara High, Jean Lewis, Barbara Hutchins, Lois Ann Moore, Gloria 
Norris, Lucille ^Vindley, Worden Allen, Dolores Best, Geneva Best, Betty Jean Massengill, Pat James, 
Lynette Grumpier, Maxine Howell, and Martha Jewel King. Second row: Doris Tyndall, Hilda Crocker, 
Lucille McLamb, Evelyn Parker, JoAnn Moore, June Holton, Allie Lee, Cora Myers, Wilbur Ballenger, 
Pauline Stephenson, Annie Grey Johnson, Mary Helen Watson, and Dr. Laurence Smith. Third row: Jean 
Hooper, Mildred Blackmon, Jean Ward, Carol Ann T^ee, Marshall Long, Bertie Barham, Mary Ann Oliver, 
Emily Holton, Glenn Brigman. Sarah Tart, Thomas Godwin, and Peggy Nichols. Not pictured: Benjamin 
Bernier, Joyce Mallard, Nancy Allen, Edna McPhail, Ronald Sherron, Dennis Nichols, Janie Langley, 
Elizabeth Britt. Rebecca James, Edith Renfrow, Suzie Marshall, Peggy Smith, Betty Knight, Maxine Stanley, 
Dot Darden, May Wilson, Durward Tyson, David Etheridge. Clay Kirby. Billy Howard. Joe Dennis, Morgan 
McKinney, Jay Clark, Goodwin Moore, T. J. Barrett. Billy Tucker, Jack Hamilton, Bill Knight, and l^aul 
Crouch. 



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Somen's; 

JSormttorp 

Council 



The Women s Dormitory Council is the judicial and executive body which governs 
the activities of the dormitory girls. The purpose of the council is to promote the 
welfare of the women students, to preserve student unity and honor, to develop 
self-control, responsibility, and loyalty, and to be responsible for the good conduct 
of all women students. 



Officers 

Marie Harper President 

Jean Tucker House President 

Emily Holton Secretary 

Jeurlene Bartholomew Treasurer 

Sarah Bain Ward Dean of Students 

Rebecca Tomlinson Assistant Dean of Women 

Representatives: Ann Etheridge. Doris Tyndall. Carol Ann Smith, Jessie Quinerlv, 
and Barbara Hutchins. 



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The Men's Dormitory Council has been organized since 1947 with its primary 
concern being that of the welfare and discipline of the men students residing on 
campus. 



Officers 

Lee Potter President 

Durward Tyson Vice-President 

Glenn Brigman Secretary-Treasurer 

Representatives: Horace High, Bill Hooper, Clayton Robertson, Bob Hope, Larry 
Parler, Roger Philyaw. 

J. P. Tyndall Assistant Dean of Men 

Sarah Bain Ward Dean of Students 



jfWen's 

JSormttorp 

Council 




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Unot 
?|onor 



For two years prior to 1938, there existed 
on the campus of Atlantic Christian College 
an organization for women, known as the 
Alpha Delta Chi Honor Society. On May 
5. 1938, this organization joined with a 
newly-formed Men's Honor Society in creat- 
ing a new organization, known as Golden 
Knot Honor Society. 

Since Golden Knot came into existence, 
it has striven to promote high ideals, not only 
among its own members, but also among the 
student body as a whole. Perhaps the out- 
standing project that the organization has 
undertaken was that of sponsoring a scholar- 
ship for a foreign student. The organization 
felt that this gesture was in keeping with 
promoting the cause of learning on our 
campus. 

Golden Knot is more than a service organi- 
zation, however. Membership is an honor — 



an award for outstanding achievement in 
scholarship, service, leadership, and char- 
acter. 

In choosing its members, the society looks 
for people who have made noticeable achieve- 
ments in learning, exemplified good moral 
character, served the college and their fellow 
students, and demonstrated ability to lead. 
To be eligible for membership, the candidate 
must have been on the campus for three 
preceding semesters and must have averaged 
a 2.0 under the present grading system. 

Each spring Golden Knot holds its annual 
"tapping" ceremony, at which time the new 
members selected on the four qualifications, 
scholarship, service, leadership, and character, 
are tapped into membership. Golden Knot 
is the only honorary society on the campus 
of Atlantic Christian College. 



Members: Beth Bissette, President; Herbert Ross, Secretary-Treasurer ; Fred Boyce, Geraldine 
Corbett, Emily Holton. June Holton. Marjorie Jennette. Opal Roberson. and Christine William- 
son. Faculty Advisers: Miss Ola Fleming and Mr. John Dunn. 



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Social 
Committee 











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The Social Committee is composed of members appointed by the Executive Board. 
The purpose of this committee is to plan, promote, and co-ordinate social events 
on the campus. 



Joyce Mallard Student Chairman 

Clayton Robertson Student Co-Chairman 

Sarah Bain Ward Faculty Chairman 

Student Representatives: Audrey Jones, Polly Dickens and Buddy Layne. 
Faculty Representatives: Mrs. Doris Holsworth and Russell Arnold. 



Concert Committee 

The purpose of the Concert Committee is to arrange for and present to the col- 
lege students dramatic and musical productions for entertainment and cultural 
development. It is composed of a representative from each class and four faculty 
members. 



Marjorie Jennette Senior Representative 

Elizabeth Adams Junior Representative 

LUCILLE WlNDLEY Sophomore Representative and Chairman 

Jenny Lazzo Freshman Representative 

Doris Holsworth Faculty Representative 

Dorothy Eagles Faculty Representative 

Lee Howard Faculty Representative 

C. Lynn Brown Faculty Representative 




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Hesperian Club 



The Hesperian Club had a very busy year of debating. The debaters challenged 
East Carolina College, Randolph-Macon, the University of Richmond, and other 
colleges. 

The Club entered the National Forensic Tournament which was held at Mary 
Washington College at Fredericksburg. Virginia, in March. Last year they made 
a good name for themselves at this national speaking contest. 



Officers 
Glenn Brigman President 

Wilbur Ballenger Vice-President 

Cora Myers Secretary 

Mrs. Doris Holsworth, Dr. Mildred Hartsock Advisers 

Members; seated, lejt to right: Lynette Crumpler, Glenn Brigman. Mrs. Holsworth. and Wilbur 
Ballenger. Standing: Cora Myers, Dr. Hartsock, and Billy Tucker. Not pictured: Lloyd Dail 
and David Smith. 



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^igma $i aipfja 




Alpha Gamma is a chapter of Sigma Pi Alpha National Honorary Language 
Fraternity. The purpose of this organization is to create interest in foreign lan- 
guages and to develop friendship among the different nationalities. 



Officers 
Mildred Creech President 

Roger Holloman Vice-President 

Lois Moore Secretary 

Felix Labaki Treasurer 

Dr. Esther Long Faculty Adviser 

Members; seated left to right: Mildred Creech, Lois Moore. Felix Labaki, Roger Holloman, Dr. 
Long, Marie Taylor, and Geraldine Corbett. Standing: Fred Boyce, Joyce Harrell, Michel Berger, 
Nellie Rae Pridgen, P. C. Yelverton, Mary Lois Griffin. Annie M. Joyner, Jacksie High. Joan Thome, 
Cora Myers, Opal Roberson, Mrs. Edna Boykin. Christine Williamson, and Ethel Draper. Not 
pictured: Dorcas Piniero. Aileen Davis, Billy Tucker, Benjamin Bernier, Mrs. John Dunn. Mrs. 
Lee Howard, and Mrs. Bobby French. 



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$an=5Mlemc Council 




The Pan-Hellenic Council is made up of two members from all Greek letter organi- 
zations on campus. The purpose of this council is to set up rules governing the 
organizations and to foster good-will among the sororities and fraternities. 

Andrew Holliday President 

Beth Bissette Vice-President 

Elizabeth Adams Secretary 

Donald Mallard Treasurer 

Russell Arnold Faculty Adviser 



Representatives: Ann Etheridge. Geraldine Corbett, Ethel Draper. Virginia Bobbitt, 
Manley Sanderson, James Haskins, Gene Sweat. Worden Allen, and Oliver Rand. 



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mi 

aiptja 



The PHI KAPP — Sister-Brother Dance — Christmas Party — Faculty Reception — 
Homecoming — "Buckingham Palace" — Good Housekeeping — The Champs — "Hard 
Licks" — Gold and White — Daisy. 

Officers 
First Semester Second Semester 

Worden Allen President Herbert Ross 

Fred Boyce Vice-President Joe Woodworth 

Bobby Guy Secretary Harry Zrakas 

Wilbur Ballenger Treasurer Craven Summerell 

Fred Bobbitt Sgt.-at-Arms Earl Butler 

Tom Callahan Historian Billy Draughn 

Bobby Guy Editor of PHI KAPP 

Bob Paschall Chaplain Goody Moore 



Members; left to right, first row: Glenn Brigman, Wilbur Ballenger, Bobby Guy, Worden Allen, 
Fred Boyce, Bob Baseball, and Tom Callaban. Second row: Herbert Ross, Don Kennedy. Billy 
Draugbn, and Lester Adams. Third row: Calvin Stokes, Goody Moore, and Joe Woodworth. 
Fourth row: Larry Parler, Leroy Pittman, and Craven Sumerell. Fifth row: Fred Bobbitt, Felix 
Labaki, and Bill Eason. Sixth row: Bobby Webb, Oliver Rand. Harry Zrakas, and Charlie Hussey. 
Not pictured: Earl Butler and Tommy Lewis. Honorary members: Mr. Artbur Wenger. Mr. John 
Dunn, Mr. Lynn Brown, and Mr. Ernest Barnes. Adviser and Brother: Mr, J. P. Tyndall. 



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Initiation — Bids — Pledges — "Red Devils" — Autumn Dance — Thanksgiving Festival 
Sponsors — Christmas Song Feast — Engagement Rings — Pins — Valentine Dance — 
Sorority Banquet — College Scrapbook — Gold and White — Chrysanthemums — Parties 
with Brothers. 



Officers 
First Semester 
Anne Etheridge President- 



Carolyn Ballance Vice-President. 

Joan Thorne Secretary 

Jean Tucker Treasurer 

Jacksie High Chaplain 



Second Semester 
.Mary Lois Griffin 

Connie Jordan 

Joyce Harrell 

-__Maxine Stanley 

Lib Britt 



Sponsors Mrs. L. L. Murray, Miss Rebecca Tomlinson 



Members: reading from left to right, first row: Martha Webster, Dot Smith, Catherine Brown. 
Connie Jordan, Maxine Stanley, and Lula Curlin. Second row: Jean Tucker, Carolyn Ballance, 
Anne Etheridge, Joan Thorne, Joyce Harrell. Jacksie High, Gloria Norris, Peggy Gay, Marie 
Harper, and Elva Massey. Third row: Lih Britt. Marie Britt, Joyce Wilkerson, Betsy Miller, 
Betty Sue Harris, Josephine Williamson Liles, Mary Sharpe Owens, Linda Taylor, Mary Lois 
Griffin. Jean Bass, Nellie Rae Pridgen, Jackie Mallison Fountain, and Geraldine Corbett. Not 
pictured: Joyce Mallard, Becky Collins, and Sarah Dillon. 



tgma 
Catt 




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iMgma &lpi\a 



Sigma Hogans — "Miss Hogie" — Coal Thief — Central Heat — Jug's Jug — Roger's 
Guitar — Buddha's Gang — Cinderella Inn — Orchids — Banquets — Sweetpeas — Lavender 
and White. 



Officers 
First Semester 
Gene Sweat President - 



Second Semester 

-A. J. HOLLIDAY 



A. J. HOLLIDAY Vice-President James Haskins 

James Early Secretary Roger Philyaw 

Rocky Ingraham Treasurer Rocky Ingraham 

Douglas Driver Chaplain Douglas Driver 

John Rowland Sgt.-at-Arms John Rowland 

George Saffo Reporter George Saffo 

Mr. Jack McComas Sponsor 



Members; lejt to right, first row: James Early, Rocky Ingraham. Billy Smith, and Roger Philyaw. 
Second row: Jesse Yates, Douglas Driver. Boh Parron, James Haskins. and John Rowland. Third 
row: Jack McComas, A. J. Holliday, Jay Clark, George Saffo, and Thurman Harwood. 



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$i)i i£>tgma Wan 



Black and Gold — Top Hat — Nursery Rhymes — Innocent Pledges — Parkers- 
Chicken Fry — Mums — Athletics — Holsey's Apartment — Butch and Bertha. 



Officers 
First Semester Second Semester 

Ethel Draper President Mildred Creech 

Virginia Bobbitt Vice-President Nan Mattox 

Mildred Creech Secretary Evelyn Parker 

Audrey Jones Treasurer Patsy Trusselle 

Marjorie Jennette Historian Lois Ann Moore 

June Holton Chaplain Lucille Windley 



Members; seated, left to right: June Holton, Ethel Diaper. Virginia Bobbitt. Audrey Jones, Donna 
Horton, Dorothy Gregory, and Lois Ann Moore. Standing: Mildred Creech, Christine Murray, 
Irene Murray, Christine Williamson, Emily Holton, Nan Mattox, Marjorie Jennette, Patsy Trusselle, 
Evelyn Parker, and Lucille Windley. Faculty Advisers: Mrs. Doris Holsworth and Donna Horton. 



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Sams jokes — Our Best To You — Hinges worn out by late visitors — Love that 
girl — Stags — '"Come On-a My House'" — Blue and Gold — Everlasting Brotherhood. 

Officers 
First Semester Second Semester 

Robert Brinkley President Al Richardson 

Manley Sanderson Vice-President Dlrward Tyson 

Lee Potter Secretary Robert Hope 

Dlrward Tyson Treasurer Ray Tissot 

T. J. Barrett Chaplain Bill Bradshaw 

Donald Mallard Sgt.-at-Arms Gerald Waters 

Sam Jenkins Historian Thomas Godwin 

Horace High House President Chip Smith 



Members: front row. left to right: Carrol Jackson. Bill Pierce. Ray Tissot. Robert Brinkley. Sam 
Jemkins. J. T. Boone. Thomas Godwin, and Robert Frazier. Second row: Fred Grady. Chip Smith. 
Donald Marcus. Robert Hope. Horace High. Donald Mallard. Lee Potter. Guy Elliott. Durward 
Tyson, and M. L. Adams. Third row: Dennis Nichols. Gerald Waters. T. J. Barrett, 'welton High. 
Manley Sanderson. Bill Bradshaw. and Don Perry. Not pictured: Al Richardson, and L. L. Murray. 



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"You Name It" — Initiation — Student Directories — Dorcas, May Queen — Torch- 
bearers of Friendship — Hayride — Banquet — Tea — Green and Gold — Jonquil. 

Officers 
First Semester Second Semester 

Margaret Brown President Elizabeth Adams 

Beth Bissette Vice-President Mae Wilson 

Dorcas Piniero Recording Secretary Nancy Allen 

: Corresponding Secretary Sarah Tart 

Theola Register Treasurer Mary Helen Watson 

Elizabeth Adams Chaplain Barbara Hutchins 

May Wilson Historian June Tomlinson 

Members: from left to right, first row: Mary Helen Watson, Nancy Allen, and May Wilson. 
Second row: Theola Register, Dorcas Piniero, Beth Bissette, and Jeurlene Bartholomew. Third row: 
Opal Roberson. Sarah Tart. June Tomlinson, Imogene Turner. Margie Taylor, Barbara Hutchins, 
and Elizabeth Adams. Not pictured: Margaret Brown. 



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Womm'g Sextet 




Lois Moore, Mr. Lynn Brown, director: Lucille Windley, Peggy Nichols, Mary 
Helen Watson, Rusty Tarver. and Janie Langley. 



^i)t Cannoneers; 




Mr. Lynn Brown, director; Larry Parler, Wilbur Ballenger, Warren Mallard, 
Felix Labaki. Billy Howard, and Paul Crouch. 



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Jfuture GTeacfjerg of America 




The F.T.A. is made up of a group of students who wish to receive practical 
knowledge through lectures, movies and diversified programs that will better enable 
them to be the finest possible teachers of America in the future. 



Officers 

Joan Thorne President 

Gloria Norris Vice-President 

Betsy Miller Secretary 

Marshall Long Treasurer 



Members; seated, left to right: Joyce Harrell, Marshall Long, Betsy Miller, Gloria Norris, Joan 
Thorne, and Marie Harper. Standing: Mrs. Virginia House, Gerald Waters, Josephine Williamson, 
Emily Holton, Ann Webb, Conrad Jordan, Theolo Register, Geraldine Corbett, and Mildred 
Creech. Not pictured: Carolyn Ballance, James Early, Peggy Gay, Andrew Holliday, Worley 
Keene, Patricia Mewborne, Mary Sharpe Owens, Harris Spell, Jean Tucker, Opal Roberson, 
Audrey Jones, Margaret Brown, and Leonard Mann. 



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1. Catching anything;??? 2. Time's a-wasting, girls! 3. We call it class!,!! 4. 'E Gads, Vas Dot??!! 5. It's Leap Year, 
hoys!! 6. The parson mows 'em down. 7. My! My! 8. Now, really, girls!?! 9. Oh, ain't that sweet. 10. Roomies. 11. 
Come on in. The water's fine. 12. The pause of remembrance. 13. Oh. shucks! 14. The beauty and the beast! 15. 
A little off balance! 16. Take it easy, Sisters! 17. Sunbathing?? 18. Call it what you will!!! 



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•ports 



'He is a poor sport that 
is not worth the candle" 
George Herbert. 



m\\ 



Coacfnng i£>tatf 




Jack McComas 
Varsity Coach 



Andrew Holliday 
Junior Varsity Coach 




"3" Club 

The "A" Club was reorganized this year after two years of inactivity. It has 
succeeded in doing a good job of promoting sportsmanship around campus and 
among the intramural sports. Every member of the club has earned his letter by 
participating in one or more of the intercollegiate sports. 

Officers 

Tom Callahan President 

Paul McCrary Vice-President 

Nick Siganos Secretary-Treasurer 

Jack McComas Faculty Adviser 

Members, reading from left to right: Leroy Pittman, Herbert Ross. Jay Clark. Ed 
Lane, Jack McComas. Reid Ingraham. Roger Philyaw. Nick Siganos. Paul McCrary. 
Tom Callahan, and Joe Dennis. Not pictured: Gilbert Ferrell. 



SoEfteftall 




After football, most schools look forward to basketball. But at Atlantic Christian 
College it was a different story this year. Due to many difficulties, one being that of 
a necessity of men for Uncle Sam's Armed Forces, football was suspended from 
the sports roster. Instead, the sports program was centered around basketball and 
baseball. 

The "Bulldogs," having only three lettermen from last year's season, saw a great 
number of freshmen eager to put out a winning team in the North State Conference. 
Jay Clark, Reid Ingraham. and Gilbert Ferrell were the veterans of the team. 

Although the team had more height than last year's team, they were still at a dis- 
advantage. They were inexperienced at playing college basketball. But that didn't 
keep them from playing some of the hardest-fought games ever to be seen in the 
college gymnasium. 

In most of the games the team led in the scoring in the first quarter, but it was 
just too much for our boys who were young. In many a game the "Bulldogs'' had 
the opposing coach sweating it out even after the final whistle had blown. Several 
games were lost by only two points. 

When the team met East Carolina on January 18 in the college gymnasium, it 
was one of the battles of bitterest rivals in the conference. "Bohunkus." the most 
prized trophy in any sports history even though it is just an old oaken bucket, left 
our campus after that game for a visit over at East Carolina. 

The fighting "Bulldogs," who never give up. feel that little "Bohunkus" will get 
mighty homesick and want to come home around baseball season. 




Jay Clark 

The captain of the team and a good 
rebound man. 



Eddy Johnson 

A peppy little guard with a keen 
eye on the basket. 




The game with Lenoir-Rhyne was close. The "Bulldogs" lost by two points 
la) Hebbe jumps for the ball! (b) Clark blocks the shot! 



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The "Bulldogs" battle with the Fort Bragg soldiers! 




Tom Pritchard 
A careful fellow with the ball who 
feeds it to his teammates. 



Jimmy Peebles 
A fine forward with an eye on the 
rebounds. 



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Reid Ingraham Gilbert Ferrell 

The team's pepperpot with easy A very steady player who has a fine 
movements. jump shot. 




The contest of the year! The "Bulldogs'* tangle with the East Carolina "Pirates"! 



74 







Bill Price 

A good driver as well as a fine car- 
rier of the ball. 



James Hebbe 

A set shot artist who put in a great 
performance as guard. 




Buddy Layne 

Has an excellent back shot along 
with being a rebound man. 



Billy Smith 

Employs the one hand push shot to 
a great advantage. 



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Ray Shiffner 
Uses his height to much advantage 
as center for the "Bulldogs." - 



Jack Nelson 
An expert player on the rebounds 
for a big guy. 



Cfjeerleaber* 




Left to right: Maxine Stanley. Gloria Norris, Rusty Tarver. Lynette Clumpier, head cheerleader : 
Lois Moore, and Carol Ann Smith. 



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3ntramurals 




Jack McComas 
Men's Intramural Coach 



Rebecca Tomlinson 
Women's Intramural Coach 



Ed Lane 
Intramural Director 



Somen's Htfjlettc Ss^cctatton 




The W. A. A. consists of all women students on the campus. Its purpose is to 
promote and sponsor intramural athletics, to develop qualities of leadership, and 
to provide for healthful living by free participation in recreational activities. This 
association is governed by a cabinet which consists of a President, Vice-President, 
Secretarv-Treasurer, Team Captains and the Director of Physical Education. 

Officers 

Marjorie Jennette President 

Theola Register Vice-President 

Joyce Mallard Secretary -Treasurer 

Team Captains: Mickey Raynor. Catherine Brown. Mae Wilson, Marv Ann Oliver. 
Nan Mattox, Geneva Best, Delores Best, and Edna McPhail. 



Sntramural Cfjamptcm* 







Touch Football 
Phi Kappa Alpha 

Ping Pong Doubles 
Mary Lois Griffin, Joyce Harrell 

Volleyball 

I Girls) 

Phi Sigma Tau 



Ping Pong Singles 
Dot Gregory. Bobby Webb 

Volleyball 

(Men) 

Phi Kappa Alpha 

Ping Pong Doubles 
A. J. Holliday. Rocky Ingraham 



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Slasietiall 




During the 1951 season, the A.C.C. "Bulldogs" were 
very successful in baseball in winning approximately 
two-thirds of their games. Many of this year's team were 
veterans of the former season. Those returning were 
Jay Clark. Reid Ingraham, Roger Philyaw, Leroy Pitt- 
man, Nick Siganos, Ed Lane. Paul McCrary, Tom Calla- 
han, and Gilbert Ferrell. These boys, along with their 
new team-mates this year have shown what one means 
when the umpire yells, "Play ball!" 




Reading from left to right, first row: Raymond Fleming. Neal Carlton, Nick Siganos, Tom Calla- 
han, Armond Colombo. Bobby Home, and Henry Woodard, Manager. Second row: Coach Robert 
Reynolds. Gilbert Ferrell. Paul McCrary. Jay Clark. Leroy Pittman, Bobby Tart. Cohen Tart. 
and Ed Alston. Assistant Manager. Third row: Johnny Brown, Milborn Felton, Roy Tart, Reid 
Ingraham, Ed Lane, and Roger Philyaw. 



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Jfeatures 



These are the pleasant incidents of our drama. So fleetingly 
they come and go. yet they make the bitter sweet. 



&ct \ 



J|ome=Commg <&utm 



Lois Moore, Barney McCotter, The Queen, Clayton 
Robertson, and Betsy Miller. 




*"" Dorcas Piniero, 

Peggy Connor, Margaret 

Brown. Ann Webb. Nellie Rae 

Pridgen. Lois Moore, Joyce Harrell, 

Lucille Windley, Barbara Hutchins, Betsy 

Miller. Mary Lois Griffin. Elva Massey. Carol 

Ann Smith, and Bronna Brooks. 



1952 



t 



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u 
e 
e 
n 




Miss Nellie Rae Pridgen 
Wilson 





Miss Dorothy Gregory 
Goldsboro 



Miss Christine Williamson 
Wilson 




Her Mw$ttf8 Court 



Miss Jenny Lazzo 
Wilson 



Mr. Cecil B. deMille 
Hollywood 



Miss Lib Adams 
Henderson 



Mr. deMille, a movie producer and director from Washington, 
North Carolina, very graciously accepted the difficult task of select- 
ing the Pine Knot Queen. She was crowned at the annual Christ- 
mas Dance which was held on December 15, 1951. 








Mrs. Elva Massey 
Elizabeth City 



Miss Barbara High 
Bailey 




Miss Dorcas Pineiro 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 



Miss Betsy Miller 
Wilson 



Cfje Coronation Ceremony 




THE QUEEN IS CROWNED 

Fred Bovce. Editor of the Pine Knot, crowns Miss Nellie Rae Pridgen Queen of 
the Yearbook, as her attendants. Miss Dorothy Gregory and Miss Christine William- 
son look on. 



I 




t> Oft 




THE COURT 

Left to right: Lib Adams. Dorcas Piniero. Elva Massey. Dorothy Gregory, the Queen, Christine 
Williamson. Barbara High, Betsy Miller, and Jenny Lazzo. 



Christmas Bance-©ecemt)er 15, 1951 




Valentine Bame-Jfebruarp 14, 1952 





Dorcas Pineiro 
May Queen 



Opal Roberson 







Jean Tucker 




Nellie Rae Pridgen 
Mary Lois Griffin 
Marjorie Jennette 
Betsy Miller 

Joyce Mallard 
Theola Register 
Joyce Harrell 
June Holton 



±i\ a 



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1952 
Court 





Jay Clark 

May Kins; 



Herbert Ross 



Andrew Holliday 



Bobby Guy 
Marshall Long 
Craven Summerell 
Billy Tucker 

Lee Potter 
Paul McCrary 
Gene Sweat 
Charles Hussey 




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The Curtain is falling! This Great Drama has been 
lived — not only this year, but in the past years and in 
the years of the future. The stars take their final curtain 
call. The theatre is emptied in murmuring praise. Then 
the actors pause to recall the toil of the production — 
and the enjoyment. They pause and remember as we have 
recorded on these pages. 

It is now that we pause in remembrance of the hectic 
times we went through and the patience of those con- 
cerned in the publication of this book. The Faculty, when 
the students rushed in and out of classes for pictures; 
Dr. Hartsock, our adviser; Raines and Cox: Guy, Charlie. 
Walt, Elsie, Jean, and Dot; and Mr. Smith of Edwards 
and Broughton, the printers of this book, when we didn't 
meet our deadlines. It's all over now and we remember 
— but "The Moving Hand writes, and, Having Writ, 

Moves On!" 

Fred and Nellie Rae. 



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